Here ya go!
Here ya go!
Last edited by Bitterroot Bulls; 05-09-2011 at 10:16 PM.
That looks like a sweet setup! Thank you for all your help. I think I'm gonna try that setup out and see if it works with my Canon. I'll let you know how it goes once I get it.
Glad I could help. The only hiccup I can see is if the outside diameter of the extending part of the Canon's lense is too big to fit in the 37mm adapter tube. If it fits, it looks like a great setup as well. If not, I am sure you can find a way to get an adapter to work.
Ya it should work though. Your camera's lens looks bigger than the camera I have, so I don't think there will be any problems with it.
sorry to bring up an old thread. bitterrootbulls - what do you get with the $70 Tines Up adapter - just the plastic ring bottom left in your first photo?
Yes you get the adapter marked Tines Up in the first photo. It is not plastic, however, it is anodized aluminum.
thanks. do you think this would be worth doing on a nikon ed-50 (50mm) spotting scope or if I'd need a bigger objective lens? I have the 13-30x/20-45x/25-56x MC zoom eyepiece, that has the flip down rubber eye cup, so I don't even know if it would work. I know they make separate eyepieces for digi-scoping.
I wish I would have noticed this thread earlier. I have a Canon S95 that I have been trying to figure out a good system for without buying a whole point and shoot kit from Tines Up. Do you think the Zeikos adapter will work with my Canon? I live the simple set up you got there.
Shoot them an email and see if they can do it. A 50mm spotter will work, you just end up with slower shutter speeds and other light-related challenges.
Last edited by Bitterroot Bulls; 12-09-2012 at 09:14 PM.
Shedhead, If the outside diameter of the barrel of the lens will fit inside the 37mm threads it should work well.